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New senior management appointments at Ryanair

Antonio Doblado

Ryanair announced a number of new senior appointments to its Management team, as follows:

 

John Tuite – Head of Finance. John joins Ryanair having previously been Head of Finance at Bank of Ireland Corporate. He has spent the past 21 years working for the Bank of Ireland Group, holding a range of senior roles.

Eamonn Hackett – Group Treasurer. Eamonn joins Ryanair having previously been Deputy Head of Supervision (Banking) in the Central Bank of Ireland. Eamonn is a former Group Treasurer of AIB and will assume responsibility for all Ryanair’s Treasury and Banking functions.

Greg O’Gorman – Director of Ancillary Revenue. Greg joins Ryanair having previously been Head of Ancillary at easyJet, and Head of Business Development for Expedia Inc. Greg joins on Mon 5 Oct next.  

Fiona Kearns – Director of Customer Service. Fiona joined Ryanair in 2007 and has held a number of senior positions in the Customer Service department including currently Deputy Director of Customer Service.

Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary said:

“I am pleased to welcome John, Eamonn, Greg and Fiona to our growing Management team at Ryanair. Each of these high quality people bring significant experience, knowledge and expertise to their new roles and will complement the existing Management team. As we continue to roll out our “Always Getting Better” programme, our rapidly expanding ancillary business via our new website and mobile app, the airline is poised to grow strongly with 380 new aircraft on order, rising forward bookings, loads factors and customer satisfaction metrics. Ryanair’s unique combination of lower fares and AGB customer experience will ensure that Ryanair continues to deliver significant benefits for our customers, our people and our shareholders.”

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